Shutterfly Studio Announces New Features Today

Shutterfly StudioShutterfly, the online picture sharing website created by James Clark (who also founded Netscape) in 1999 has announced today that its free picture organization software, Shutterfly Studio now has some newly expanded features.

Because our customers are taking and storing more pictures each year, they require a more sophisticated solution for managing and editing their vast collection of memories, stated the President and CEO of Shutterfly, Jeffrey Housenbold. “We are introducing these enhanced features to Shutterfly Studio to provide consumers with an easy way to organize their images while adding a host of editing features that will allow them to further express their creativity.

The new features include the ability to create a collage with over 140 templates.  There is also whiten teeth, thinning, oil paint, graphic poster, auto color, highlights, shadows, contrast, saturation, color temperature, and straighten features.

Shutterfly Studio is a competitor of Paint.NET, Adobe Photoshop, and Google’s Picasa.

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at

Shutterfly Studio Announces New Features Today Comments

  1. Jason Yau says:

    I think it’s clear that both startups and the big legacy players have figured out that simple slideshows for sharing just aren’t going to cut it anymore. The result is that larger companies are buying up startups or simply innovating themselves in a number of areas.

    See my recent blog post on this topic for more thoughts on this:

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